>Please see the attached images in my fist post.

If it is just the blurry nature of the UFRaw jpg then the answer is in your
original post - no sharpening has been applied, so you might expect it to be
blurry.

Have you tried processing the image with UFRaw but saving it in tif format, then
using something like Unsharp Mask 2 V0.12 in GIMP to provide the required level
of sharpening?

(Have UFRaw output lossless tif files, rather than jpgs which (usually) lose
image information and (can) introduce artefacts - only save the finished image
in jpg format.)

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